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Ruffiac - a well equipped, pretty village

Ruffiac is a pretty village set amid the calm and lush countryside of the Morbihan department of southern Brittany. Dating back to mediaeval times, Ruffiac has interesting heritage sites to discover. And it is equipped with useful shops and general amenities, making it a great place to settle or holiday. The coast is within easy reach for days out, yet property in Ruffiac benefits from lower inland prices.

Heritage of Ruffiac

As Ruffiac can trace its ancestry back to the Middle Ages, there's a fair bit of heritage to find in the village. Among the most interesting sites you'll find several manor houses (one, the Manoir de Balangeard being a registered historical monument), ancient crosses, a menhir, a castle and a collection of windmills.

Shops and amenities available

Ruffiac offers all everyday shops and services. It's got a baker's, a butcher's, a pharmacy as well as some good bars and restaurants. If you like honey, look out for signs offering "miel" for sale close to the village. The honey from this area is said to be Brittany's finest.

A plethora of activities to be found in the area

There's no shortage of sports and activities close to Ruffiac. You can swim, sail or sunbathe at the huge Lac au Duc at Ploermel. It's even got water slides for the kids to enjoy. And, golf fans can enjoy the golf course at Lac au Duc too. The seaside, of course, offers endless sports and activities, both land and sea-based. Inland, walking in the Paimpol Forest is a lovely way to take gentle exercise and to see unspoilt nature.

Explore La Gacilly and mediaeval Josselin

Places to visit near to Ruffiac include the village of La Gacilly. Famed for its association with Yves Rocher and the very famous cosmetic brand that bears his name, the village has also a delightful collection of arts and crafts shops. Mediaeval Josselin is a real treat to visit. And the port city of Vannes is great for days out, with excellent shopping and dining too.

How to get to Ruffiac

You can fly to Rennes, Dinard or Nantes, all direct from the UK. If you like the ferry crossing better, the port of St Malo is the nearest but any of the northern ferry ports will do. Finally, if you are travelling by car (advisable to make the most of the area) you'll find Ruffiac on the D134, D146 or D8. The N166 and N24 are the nearest major roads.

Property prices and availability in and around Ruffiac

Although Morbihan is said to be the most expensive of the Breton departments, there are plenty of bargain properties on the market in 2012. We've currently got a good selection, with some even well under the 100,000 Euro mark.

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WHERE IS Ruffiac?

Ruffiac is situated in the north-west of France. It lies in the east of the Morbihan department.

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Population: 1,381

Access: By air: Fly to Rennes, Dinard or Nantes. By ferry: St Malo is the nearest ferry port. By road: The town can be found on the D134, D146 or D8. The N166 and N24 are the nearest major roads.

Economy: The economy is strongly agricultural. Small commerce is present.

Interesting fact: The nearby Forest of Paimpol is said to be the legendary home of King Arthur.

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